Welcome to the Reddit NFL podcast, Episode 4! In this week’s show, Chris and Jeff cover a broad range of football topics from all over the NFL and Reddit map.
The fun-loving hosts discuss the ever-popular “This Week in Reddit”, pulling topics from the r/NFL and breaking down the topics in their own unique way.
NFL items on the docket this week include the Oakland Raiders leaving for Las Vegas and why playing any more games in Oakland is a terrible idea, several of the rule changes discussed during the NFL owners meetings, and Chris lobbies hard for full-time officials while he promotes a very special hashtag. The hosts argue about divergent theories on how the wildly popular Reddit version of NFL survivor plays out, too.
We also talk about the upcoming NFL Draft. Jeff goes deep on a diversely skilled and broad class of cornerbacks, which leads into a great discussion about positional matchups and the evolution of situational football.
As always, we honor This Week in Mediocrity with a couple of moves designed to keep non-contending teams mired in the Jeff Fisher realm of perennial 7-9 finishes.
Find out which NFL player Jeff hates, who can become the NFL’s all-time scoring leader, if Josh Gordon can ever get back into the league, how long can Jason Witten really play, and much more.
There’s a ton of stuff packed into this episode of the Reddit NFL Podcast, with much more to come on a weekly basis. Be sure to subscribe so as not to miss a single episode!
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